world. that's what i thought. yeah. >> really. >> i surprised you too. that's great. >> yeah. >> what i can say is that -- you know, before i came into this, i was -- i'm trained in psychology and economics and i did a lot of stuff understanding the millennial generation and let's define it and understand who we are and what we can do. and what people say is that, you know, we're really keen about leaving a legacy. we want to do something big and we believe we can because our parents told us that we're, you know, the best of the best, whether or not it was true. for a while i thought i was a better singer than whitney houston. that's not true. [laughter] >> so what i can say for me is that, you know, if you were to ask me four years ago, do you know you're going to be a, you know, an inventor and a social entrepreneur and someone who like, you know, goes to these communities and finds out how you can introduce these balls. no i would have been like what are you talking about? even now what is this ball? what does it do? the fact it's what's happening now, i would have never guessed it four years ago.